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Review: Veronica’s Dragon (Icehome, #2) by Ruby Dixon

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Review: Veronica’s Dragon (Icehome, #2) by Ruby DixonVeronica's Dragon by Ruby Dixon
Series: Icehome #2
on May 23, 2018
Genres: Erotic Romance, Science Fiction Romance
Pages: 282
Format: eBook
Source: Kindle Unlimited


It’s a given on the ice planet, forced upon you by the parasitic symbiont called the ‘khui’. With resonance, a guy and a girl are paired up because they’ll make great babies. It’s a survival mechanism necessary for this sparsely-populated world we’re stranded on…and romantic, in a weird, alien way.

Everyone expects resonance to happen when twenty newcomers are dropped onto the frosty world. I doubt anyone expects the gorgeous, golden god named Ashtar to resonate to someone like me, though. He’s fierce. Flirty. Powerful. Disgustingly handsome.

I’m…not any of those things. I’m bland. Boring. Clumsy.

But resonance seems to think we’d be great together. And Ashtar does, too…

The Icehome series features all of the adventure, humor and community you’ve come to expect in the Ice Planet Barbarians series, but it stands on its own. You do not need to read the other series (or be caught up) in order to read VERONICA’S DRAGON. I do recommend reading LAUREN’S BARBARIAN to get the full experience. Enjoy!


Veronica’s Dragon is book two in the Icehome series by Ruby Dixon.

This series should be read in order.

Ashtar is a sexy dragon-man on an ice planet. He’s arrogant and has swag. He’s been a slave all his life and has never been allowed a female, but he knows even with out ‘resonance’ that Veronica is his.

Veronica is the wallflower, the plain Jane of any group, and she has a reputation of being clumsy yet she feels the sexy golden man’s gaze on her and she’s wondering why?

Veronica and Ashtar’s romance was perfect. They complement and balanced each other. It was sweet to see these two together. The world of the Ice Plant is expanded and I like that we along with these characters get to explore it and learn how to survive.

What a stunning story. It was so good that I started reading and couldn’t stop. Now, I haven’t read her Fireblood Dragons series, but another review I read mentioned that Ashtar is one of that species, so I’ll have to give check out the series. I do love dragons!

The novels in this series are told in duel POV’s. I very much enjoy this aspect of Dixon’s storytelling. I like to see both the hero and heroines side of things.

Veronica’s Dragon was another spectacular read in the Icehome series. I can’t wait to read on in the Icehome series. I just love coming back to this planet and it’s sexy alines. If your looking for Sci-Fi Romance than I highly recommend Ruby Dixon.

Rated: 4 Stars

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6 thoughts on “Review: Veronica’s Dragon (Icehome, #2) by Ruby Dixon

  1. I do cheer for a plain-Jane to get picked for her chance. Love that he’s also got his chance now that he’s not enslaved. Yes, to dragons!

    1. I agree. This one has made me want to check out Dixon’s dragon series. I liked this one. I love dragons and plan-Janes.
      Thanks for visiting!

  2. I like the fated-mate troupe too. I like when the author doesn’t just jump into it and its all perfect. That the characters have some things to work through to get the HEA. I enjoyed this series and like reading Dixon. Thanks for visiting!

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